Recovery Of Lymphadenopathy Colli?
Ass …. I am Novi … I want it. My husband was affected by Colli lymphadenopathy … yesterday he was discharged from the biopsy and then the results did not appear to be malignant.
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Colli lymphadenopathy is a medical term that refers to enlarged lymph nodes in the neck area. This condition causes many, including infections (such as tuberculosis, syphilis, HIV, cytomegalovirus, and other infections in the head, neck, or chest), benign or malignant tumors (such as leukemia, lymphoma, or metastatic cancer from other organs to the lymph glands clear), and so on.
The explanation that the lymphadenopathy is not malignant actually does not specifically explain what exactly causes the condition. Therefore, if the cause has not been ascertained, it cannot also be determined how long the recovery time is needed for the condition optimally, and what kind of treatment should be done. For example, if lymphadenopathy occurs associated with tuberculosis infection, this condition often improves with the consumption of OAT (anti-tuberculosis drugs), it can be for months, even up to years. Another example, if the condition arises because of HIV, so far no definitive treatment has been found to cure it. However, antiretroviral drugs can be prescribed by doctors to slow down the worsening of the condition.
So, you should take your husband to control his health again to a doctor, a specialist in surgery, or a specialist in internal medicine, yes. Depending on the cause of the condition, later the doctor can provide varied treatment. In order for the condition to heal faster, in addition to undergoing treatment according to doctor's advice, you need to also improve personal hygiene, not to take medication carelessly, get enough rest, and eat regularly.
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